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  • Title: Fabricate | Digital Fabrication Conference
    Descriptive info: .. News.. Conference.. Publication.. Exhibition.. Registration.. Schedule.. People.. Venue.. Local Hotels.. London Guide.. Newsletter.. Contact.. Sponsors.. Prev.. Next.. List of delegates now available.. You can now download the PDF with the list of delegates here.. Tickets Sold Out.. Tickets are now sold out.. You can sign up for last minute returns here.. Venue Reminder.. A reminder that both the conference and exhibition will take place at the Bartlett School of Architecture.. For travel details.. Keynote: Mark Burry.. Professor Mark Burry has published internationally on two main themes: the life and work of the architect Antoni Gaudí in.. Keynote: Neri Oxman.. Neri Oxman (PhD) is a designer and researcher whose work establishes a new approach to design at the interface of.. Keynote: Matthias Kohler.. Prof.. Matthias Kohler, dipl.. Architekt ETH SIA 1.. 8.. 2005 Professor for Architecture and Digital Fabrication at the Department of Architecture, ETH.. Keynote: Philip Beesley.. Philip Beesley Philip Beesley is an associate professor in the School of Architecture, University of Waterloo who creates immersive,.. Chair: Mette Ramsgard Thomsen.. Mette Ramsgard Thomsen is an architect working with digital technologies.. Her research centres on the design of spaces that are.. Chair: Albert Williamson Taylor.. Albert, who founded Adams Kara Taylor with Hanif Kara in 1995, combines the practice-wide role of overseeing design and technical.. Chair: Michael Stacey.. Michael Stacey is Chair in Architecture and Director of the Architecture and Tectonics Research Group at the University of Nottingham.. Chair: Robert Aish.. Robert Aish studied industrial design at the Royal College of Art in London and has a PhD in human computer.. Speaker: Achim Menges, Institute for Computational Design, Stuttgart University.. Professor Achim Menges is an architect and director of the Institute for Computational Design  ...   of Zaha Hadid Architects.. Cristiano Ceccato is an Associate at Zaha Hadid Architects.. Professional focus includes design and development of building infrastructure and cladding,.. Speaker: Chiara Tuffanelli of Arup.. Chiara Tuffanelli is a registered architect that has worked in Rome and London on and off-site as a designer, drafter,.. Speaker: Skylar Tibbits, MIT.. Skylar Tibbits holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Philadelphia University, an MS in Design + Computation from MIT and.. Speaker: Marco Verde, Hyperbody Research Group, TU Delft.. Marco Verde, educated as an Engineer at Università degli Studi di Cagliari (Italy), earned his post-graduate Master’s degree in Architecture.. Speaker: Phil Ayres, CITA.. Phil Ayres is an architect, researcher and educator.. He joined the ranks at CITA (Centre for Information Technology and Architecture,.. Speaker: Nat Chard, University of Manitoba.. Nat Chard is a professor at the University of Manitoba where he has spent the past five years as architecture.. Speaker: Marta Malé-Alemany, IAAC AA.. Marta Malé-Alemany is a registered architect from Barcelona, co-director of the Master Program at IAAC (Institute for Advanced Architecture of.. Speaker: Asbjørn Søndergaard of Aarhus School of Architecture.. Asbjørn Søndergaard is an architect working in the field of digital fabrication in architectural design.. He is educated from Aarhus.. Speaker: Wes McGee of Matter Design Taubman College, University of Michigan.. Wes Mcgee is the Director of the FABLab at the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.. Speaker: Bruce Davison of Amanda Levete Architects.. Bruce Davison is an associate at AL_A.. His current work in the office includes masterplan development to a bridge design.. Partners.. Platinum Sponsor.. Silver Sponsors.. Media Partners.. Conference Countdown.. Twitter: FABRICATE_2011.. Could not connect to Twitter.. Tweeter button.. Facebook button.. Linkedin button..

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  • Title: Conference
    Descriptive info: Keynote Speakers (top left clockwise) Matthias Kohler, Neri Oxman, Philip Beesley Mark Burry.. FABRICATE is an International Peer Reviewed Conference with supporting publication and exhibition to be held at The Bartlett School of Architecture in London from 15-16 April 2011.. Discussing the progressive integration of digital design with manufacturing processes, FABRICATE will bring together pioneers in design and making within architecture, construction, engineering, manufacturing, materials technology and computation.. Discussion on key themes will include: how digital fabrication technologies are enabling new creative and construction opportunities, the difficult gap that exists between digital modeling and its realization, material performance and manipulation, off-site and on-site construction, interdisciplinary education, economic and  ...   events from the highly successful Digital Architecture London Conference and Digital Hinterlands Exhibition in September 2009.. Organised by The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, FABRICATE frames discussion around the presentation of built or partially built works by individuals/collaborators in research, practice and industry selected through our Call for Works (Now Closed).. From more than 240 submissions our international.. panel of experts.. have independently blind reviewed and selected an innovative range of projects to feature in FABRICATE s conference, exhibition and publication.. To be kept up to date with announcements on the conference please visit our.. homepage.. You can also follow us through our.. newsletter.. and.. twitter.. feed..

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  • Title: Publication
    Descriptive info: FABRICATE: Making Digital Architecture.. will be published by.. Riverside Architectural Press.. and launched at the FABRICATE conference in April 2011.. The term Digital Fabrication has been in broad circulation for over a decade and the argument that it is a revolutionary force for design and production is widely understood by the world’s leading practices and schools of architecture.. New manufacturing tools have been invented and drawing software is bridging the gap between representation and realisation.. Louvre Abu Dhabi 1:33 Prototype Benjamin S Koren presenting on Day 1 of Conference.. To date however, no single publication has captured and analysed the defining built works and prototypes of this emerging age.. This is the purpose and topic of.. Rather than showcase hypothetical works, this book will address innovative ideas that have been applied, built and tested.. It will present documentation  ...   of 38 illustrated articles on built projects received through our Call for Work (NOW CLOSED).. Punctuating these articles, a series of conversations between world leading experts from design to engineering, incl.. Mark Burry, Philip Beesley, Gramazio Kohler and Hanif Kara, discussing themes on drawing to production, behavioural composites, robotic assembly, and digital craft.. This densely illustrated publication is intended to impart unequivocal evidence to the reader on how these projects were made, to encompass the breath, complexity and skill required in making digital architecture (i.. e.. its not as easy as some make out), and to impart the vitality of making as a collaborative and exciting practice.. To be kept up to date with announcements on the publication sign up to our.. A copy of the book will be complimentary to all attendees.. Register Here.. Publication Sponsored by..

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  • Title: Exhibition
    Descriptive info: Exhibition Private View.. 6pm 14th April 2011.. Bartlett School of Architecture Gallery.. Wates House, 22 Gordon Street.. London WC1H 0QB.. Gramazio Kohler.. During Fabricate 2011 the Professorship.. Gramazio Kohler Architecture and Digital Fabrication.. will investigate the integration of architectural design and feedback processes in robotic fabrication.. The exhibition project will be robotically manufactured from a large number of geometrically differentiated elements where the visitors can perceive and experience an unsteady yet precise assembly in real scale, layer by layer.. Using novel peripheral equipment for this, the project reaches a highly integrated digital design and fabrication method that would not have been possible by a manual assembly technique.. Therefore, the exhibition project fosters on many levels a radically new approach towards the future of robotic manufacture in architecture.. On that scope, a new 6-axis robot placed on a caterpillar base will couple the possibility of mobile production and a high level of accuracy while integrating different material tolerances by using an innovative laser-scanning and assembly technique.. In this view, the project for Fabricate 2011 provokes not only new issues on flexible building methods but also draws on developing cognitive scenarios as next logical step of robotic fabrication.. This  ...   for just seven days but represents the annual output of over 450 Bartlett students, thousands of hours of labour and thousands of pounds in materials.. In 2010, 48 hours of scanning produced 64 scans of the entire exhibition space.. These have been compiled to form a complete 3D replica of the temporary show which has been distilled into a navigable animation and a series of standard architectural drawings.. What is such a three dimensional, sensual and temporary experience is abstracted into a series of precisely detailed snap shots in time.. The work becomes a confused collage of hours of delicately created lines and forms set within a feature prefect representation of the exhibition space.. Sometimes a model or image stands out as identifiable, more often a sketch merges into a model and an exhibition stand creating a blurred hybrid of designs and authors.. These drawings represent the closest record to an as built drawing set for the entire exhibition and an as was representation of the Bartlett s year.. is research group run by Matthew Shaw and William Trossell at the Bartlett School of Architecture.. They explore the potential role of 3D scanning in Architecture, Design and Making..

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  • Title: Registration
    Descriptive info: Ticket types.. Professional £290.. 00.. Student Early Bird £75.. 00.. :.. SOLD OUT.. Student £95.. Register for Tickets.. For group bookings, some discounts may be available.. Contact.. Marilena Skavara.. for more details.. A copy of the book.. ‘FABRICATE: Making Digital Architecture‘.. will be given complimentary to all attendees..

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  • Title: Schedule
    Descriptive info: All events held at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.. 22 Gordon Street.. WC1H 0QB.. Pre-Conference Reception | 14 April 2011.. 18:00 20:30.. Exhibition Opening.. Publication Launch.. Early Registration.. Conference Day One | 15 April.. 8:00 8.. 45 Registration.. 9:00 9:10 Welcome by Alan Penn (Dean of the Bartlett School of Architecture).. 9:10 9:30 Introductions by co-Chairs Bob Sheil Ruairi Glynn.. 9:30 10:10 Keynote speech by Mark Burry.. 10:10 10:40 Coffee break.. Morning Session Physical Processes.. 10:40 10:50 Opening statement by Chair Michael Stacey.. 10:50 11:10 Marco Verde, MarkDavid Hosale Jelle Feringa (TU Delft).. 11:10 11:30 Salmaan Craig Benjamin S.. Koren (Foster + Partners 1:One Computational Geometry).. 11:30 11:50 Asbjørn Søndergaard Per Dombernowsky (Aarhus School of Architecture).. 11:50 12:10 Tim Lucas (Price and Myers).. 12:10 13:00 Panel Discussion.. 13:00 14:15 Lunch Break.. 14:20 15:00 Keynote speech by Neri Oxman.. Afternoon Session Material Systems.. 15:00 15:10 Opening statement by  ...   10:10 Keynote speech by Matthias Kohler.. Morning Session – Machines The Bespoke.. 10:40 10:50 Opening statement by Chair Mette Ramsgard Thomsen.. 10:50 11:10 Xavier De Kestelier (Foster + Partners).. 11:10 11:30 Marta Malé-Alemany (AA – IaaC).. 11:30 11:50 Wes McGee (Taubman College).. 11:50 12:10 Cristiano Ceccato (Zaha Hadid Architects).. 14:20 15:00 Keynote speech by Philip Beesley.. Afternoon Session Representation Manufacture.. 15:00 15:10 Opening statement by Chair Robert Aish.. 15:10 15:30 Phil Ayres (CITA).. 15:30 15:50 Hanno Stehling (Design to Production).. 16:20 16:40 Chiara Tuffanelli (Arup).. 16:40 17:00 Nat Chard (University of Manitoba).. Conference Closing Party 18:30 22:30.. Full Fabricate Schedule.. 10/07/10 Call for Work.. 20/09/10 Extended deadline for Work.. 01/10/10 Deadline for edit of submissions by the authors.. 01/11/10 Notification of Accepted Work.. 13/12/10 Tickets on sale.. 14/04/11 Exhibition Private View | Evening Book Launch | Pre-Conference Reception hosted by the Bartlett School of Architecture.. 15/04/11 Conference.. 16/04/11 Conference Closing Party..

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  • Title: People
    Descriptive info: CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS.. Bob Sheil.. Director of Technology and Computing.. Senior Lecturer in Architecture.. Bartlett Faculty of Built Environment, University College London.. Ruairi Glynn.. Lecturer in Adaptive Architecture Computation.. Director of Digital Architecture Conference Series.. Conference Administrator.. Marilena Skavara.. CONFERENCE KEYNOTES.. Philip Beesley.. Mark Burry.. Matthias Kohler.. Neri Oxman.. CONFERENCE CHAIRS.. Albert Williamson Taylor.. Mette Ramsgard Thomsen.. Robert Aish.. Michael Stacey.. CONFERENCE PEER REVIEW PANEL.. Phil Ayres.. BA(hons) Dip.. Arch PhD, CITA (Centre for Information Technology and Architecture),.. Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture.. Philip Beesley.. Professor of Architecture, University of Waterloo, Canada.. Professor of Innovation and Director of Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL), RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.. Executive Architect and Researcher to the Temple Sagrada Família, Barcelona, Spain.. Nick Callicott.. Head of Construction, SFI/ IWE.. Nat Chard..  ...   MSc/MRes Adaptive Architecture and Computation.. Academic Director: EngD Virtual Environments, Imaging and Visualisation.. Hanif Kara.. Co-Founder and Director, Adams Kara Taylor.. CABE Commissioner, Visiting lecturer at Harvard Graduate School of Design and visiting professor at KTH, Stockholm.. Professor for Architecture and Digital Fabrication at the Department of Architecture,.. ETH Zürich.. Branko Kolarevic.. Associate Dean (Academic-Architecture).. Professor and Chair in Integrated Design.. University of Calgary.. Chair and Director of Architecture at the University of Nottingham.. Head of the Center for Information Technology and Architecture, Copenhagen.. Mark West.. Associate Professor, Department of Architecture.. Director, C.. A.. S.. T.. Michael Weinstock.. Director Research and Development Director, Emergent Technologies and Design at the Architectural Association, London.. OTHER MEMEBERS OF ORGANISATION.. Sponsorship Agent.. John Kearns.. Graphic Design.. Emily Chicken.. FULL LIST OF DELEGATES.. Downloadable PDF..

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  • Title: Venue
    Descriptive info: The Conference and Exhibition will be held at:.. The Bartlett School of Architecture.. University College London.. The Bartlett School of Architecture is centrally located in London within a short walk of tube and bus services.. View Map.. Nearest Mainline Train: Euston Station.. Nearest Tube Stations: Euston Square, Warren Street, Goodge Street.. Nearest Buses: 14, 24, 139, 390, 29, 10, 19, 73.. Plan your transport in London..

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  • Title: Local Hotels
    Descriptive info: Here is a list of hotels nearby the venue.. B B.. Crescent Hotel.. 4**** hotels.. Good Enough Club.. Holiday Inn Bloomsbury.. Holiday Inn Regent s Park.. Radisson Grafton.. Thistle Bloomsbury.. Thistle Euston.. 4**** deluxe hotels.. Hotel Novotel London St Pancras.. The Academy.. Melia White House.. Montague on the gardens.. Radisson Kenilworth.. Radisson Bloomsbury Street Hotel..

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  • Title: London Guide
    Descriptive info: Tourist Attractions.. The capital s top 5 attractions are listed below in order of popularity.. There is of course a much wider range of attractions which you can explore at.. visitlondon.. com.. The British Museum.. The Museum houses a vast collection of world art and artefacts and is free to all visitors.. britishmuseum.. org.. Tate Modern.. The collections in Tate Modern consist of works of international modern and contemporary art dating from 1900 onwards.. tate.. uk/modern/.. National Gallery.. The National Gallery houses the national collection of Western European painting from the 13th to the 19th centuries.. nationalgallery.. Natural History Museum.. The museum is home to life and earth science specimens comprising some 70 million items within five main collections: Botany, Entomology, Mineralogy, Palaeontology and Zoology.. The museum is a world-renowned centre of research, specialising  ...   has the Eye.. londoneye.. Historic Architecture.. 1.. Banqueting House Inigo Jones, architect.. 2.. Houses of Parliament Building Barry Pugin.. 3.. St Pancras Station Buildings William Henry Barlow.. 4.. St Paul s Cathedral Christopher Wren.. 5.. Regent Street Buildings John Nash, architect.. 6.. Albert Hall Francis Fowke.. 7.. Christ Church Spitalfields Nicholas Hawksmoor.. 8.. Soane s House John Soane, architect.. 9.. Hampton Court Palace.. 10.. Tower of London.. Contemporary Architecture.. Lloyds Building Richard Rogers Partnership.. Swiss Re Tower Foster Partners.. Tate Modern Herzog and de Meuron Architects.. Waterloo Station Building : Eurostar Terminal Nicholas Grimshaw.. Penguin Pool, London Zoo Tecton [Lubetkin].. Highpoint I / II Tecton [Lubetkin].. British Library Great Court Foster Partners.. South Bank Centre Buildings incl.. Royal Festival Hall Denys Lasdun et al.. Isokon building Wells Coates, architect.. Millennium Dome building Richard Rogers Partnership..

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  • Title: Newsletter
    Descriptive info: Subscribe to FABRICATE newsletter by filling the form below.. A confirmation email will be sent to your mailbox: please read the instruction inside it to complete the subscription.. Your name.. Your email..

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